Chanoch Gisser


Mute World Of Mine. - Poem by Chanoch Gisser

World of simple sentences
does apply to me sometimes.
This wolrd without fences
will, probably, prevent some lies.

Simplicity should be praised
as symbol of love and soul.
Some questions to be raised
about life's goal.

Sentences as sharp as daggers
flow inside my vains,
pushing me to understand the beggers
of my snow, and droughts, and rains.

Let's salute a world of such
true, naive, long plains,
that contribute so much
to our sane remains.

My words, and sentences as well:
Please don't betray my mood,
or I'll experience hell
instead of brotherhood!

Stay with me further more.
Don't leave my memory as once.
I'd like to explore
With no need to bounce.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 19, 2005



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